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The Tier 1 Investor Visa category provides an opportunity for high net worth individuals from outside the EEA and Switzerland, who meet the necessary...
It would seem that many UK companies are cautiously awaiting the fallout from Brexit. From an immigration perspective, this means employers need to...
EU negotiators have recently rejected the UK’s proposal for a provision which would allow the UK Government to return asylum seekers to EU member...
The Department for International Trade confirmed earlier this week that talks between International Trade Secretary, Liz Truss, and the Japanese...
The Home Office have released an update advising applicants that they are not currently accepting documents by post, due to the COVID-19 crisis. 
The...
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Guidance on the COVID-19 Bill has been released and includes provisions to enable immigration officers to detain a person who is, or may be,...
Yesterday the Government provided a new statement of changes in relation to amendments to some of the Immigration Rules, which will come into force...
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In the wake of Brexit, a new immigration route called the EU Settlement Scheme was introduced to provide a status for EU, EEA and Swiss nationals and...
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As the EU Settlement Scheme deadline approaches the question of documentary evidence continues to cause problems for some would-be applicants.
Yesterday the Government introduced the Immigration and Social Security (EU Withdrawal) Bill in the House of Commons. 
This Bill will end EU...
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If you are an EU citizen, both residency rights and the right to travel in and out of the UK are secured for you and your family members during the...
The Immigration Skills Charge (“ISC”) was first introduced on 6 April 2017 to address the skills gaps in the UK workforce by deterring employers from...

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